Quality Assurance System for Internet of Things Technology
The main goal is to design, implement and verify a framework for quality assurance of products based on the Internet of Things concept. The aim of the framework is to help individual IoT projects to establish an efficient testing and verification strategy of the infrastructure. The proposed framework is based on a model of the IoT infrastructure, composed of methodological part, driven by university team, and a technical part, mainly worked on by Red Hat engineers. The design of the framework aims to be compliant with continuous integration approach emphasizing automation of testing and the quality assurance process.
To learn more about how this initiative will help quality assurance organizations evaluate large-scale IoT systems using open source tools, please refer to the article by Štefan and his team in Red Hat Research Quarterly magazine Volume 1, Issue 1.
In the last couple of months, the project team has successfully submitted three patent applications in the IoT field. Furthermore, we have released a feature-complete version (2.0) of our open source project, PatrIoT, and also delivered two public presentations about Effective Automated Testing of IoT Applications at DevConf.US and TestCrunch.CZ. Currently, we are actively looking for customer use cases on which we could base our further research and participants in a pilot usage program.